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described a suspect. listen and >> african american female possibly hispanic 30 to 40 years old, she was seen wearing a light-colored top and blue jean. the distinct this feature about her is that she had very straight and long black hair. carrying a small child are not 11:00 this morning. also talking with family members. >> reporter: police have been going door to door with canine to see if they have any trace of this missing child. sold seven so
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definitely a fragile situation right now. the crash of asiana flight >> pam: a emotional moment today as the cabin crew makes their first joint public appearance. among them the flight attendant photogaphed as she carried one passenger to safety on her back. the appearance ending after some of the survivors broke down in tears >> we are certainly interested to see if there is an authority granted to see if people do not challenge one another. >> pam: kron4's kron 4's dan kerman has been following the ongoing n-t-s- b investigation. he is live at san francisco international airport.
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>> pam: plus, today. the public finally hearing from the members of the flight crew of that fateful aircraft. kron 4's j-r stone has that part of the story from >> pam: first, lets hear the latest on the investigation. dan? >> pam: >> reporter: it talk about this flight and planes that are so sophisticated these days. at least not successfully, but we did find out that there was a lot of automation going on in that aircraft. at wednesday's briefing the in sbc also spoke of just how it was being controlled. >> in the last to one and a half minutes of the flight are flight data recorder we see multiple all pilot molds and multiple auto
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throttle molts. >> reporter: and whether it played a part in the declining speed of the aircraft and ultimately the crash. >> we need to understand what those molds were and if they were commanded by the pilot. if they were active in the burden lee? we have to understand with the mold was doing. . mode was doing. if they are using automation the vicki to monitor and pilots are trained to monitor. >> the flight crew told the flight attendant not to initiate in the evacuation.
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they were communicating with the tower. the leak and the cabin manager made in the announcement over the p a for people to stay in their seats and to not evacuate. >> reporter: passengers stay put for 90 seconds until another flight attendant saw fire outside the window and communicated to the pilot and that is when the evacuation began. >> reporter: a lot of interesting information during the briefing today. it was not to flight attendants from the rebels ejected it was actually three flight attendants that were ejected from the rear. they were in their seats at ejected from the plane. we know that in sb c will have interviewed some of the flight attendants as some are still in the hospital. they're also
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looking into a flash of light that was reported to be seen. >> pam: thank you dan. kron 4's j-r stone is also live. j-r today you got to hear from the cockpit crew members who finally broke their silence hours ago. j- r >> reporter: it was a very difficult day for six of the bay flight attendants that are on the crash. they are still dealing with their own physical injuries and concede one of them was in a wheelchair and others made their way as well. only one of them spoke. you hang leak which is in charge of the flight attendants. these are flight attendants to help people get off that plane. one of them that you are about to hear from it was actually putting out fires as she was helping people get off the plane. another one had a broken tail bone
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and put someone on her back to help them get off. it was really two sentences that were said before there were many tears. a couple of the want to speak with the motions was just a bit too high. take a lesson. >> >> gary: >> reporter:take a listen. >> i hope that all the injured people can in the accident 10 recovered as soon as possible and i will keep them in my prayers. >> reporter: starting that long process of cleaning the situation up. a very difficult moment for many of those flight attendants that were there at s f o. that
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was six of the flight attendants others are still in the hospital liven brick pam j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: for a better perspective of what pilots have to deal with we are speaking with force test pilot, and current triple 7 commercial pilot. paul has over 30 years of flying experience. paul thanks for joining us. you have landed at s-f-o airport before? we've been hearing that the pilots were more concerned with lining up the plane with the runway and evening out the wings than the speed of the place. how does aplanes speed get overlooked? >> aerobee certain circumstances where that would be a possibility >> pam: under the circumstances and that the tale of the plane had come off. certain instruments
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certain incidents that should set off certain alarms. >> that is to prevent delays in critical condition is that with any life condition life to or death circumstances the flight attendants would initiate in an evacuation went out the captain's orders. >> pam: best about the auto throttle. is this like a car this is like a car's cruise control? >> yes it is. >> pam: why would they not jump and to override when you are seeing certain
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problems are occurring. >> there would be a possible distraction. they are looking at a number of different items in the cockpit. we call it a cross check. from what i heard from the news that their plane was correcting to its course because it was off a little bit. even if they aren't going a visual approach they would do a
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cross check to check their path. >> pam: is it surprising to you that the speed was too slow and that there are coming into low? >> yes it is surprising. i can't speculate on what they were thinking at all during this time that this was happening. >> pam: thank you for helping us understand what could have gone wrong, and for your information this evening. >> pam: a passenger on asiana airlines flight 214 is describing the moment the plan crashed down. jun jang was on board with his wife and three children. they were all treated at a bay area hospital. >> most of the impact came from moving ford and the
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banking of the plane. the only thing i remember is... a loud noise as i woke up from my sleep. the next thing i remember his son laying down and killed. >> pam: another live look at the s- f-o runway. four asiana airlines flight 214 passengers remain in critical condition today. they are at stanford hospital and san francisco general. that is out of the 181 patients originally sent to bay area hospitals. right now you can see large containers that are now at the crash site. clean up crews arrived on site earlier today to start picking up debri and strewn luggage. while the investigation is not over. crews are trying to clean up the area. the debris that is picked up is being thrown out, and
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>> catherine: zimmerman was answered today. accepting the advice of his attorneys -- zimmerman chose 'not' to testify in his own defense. he's effectively already testified through video and audio recordings.including a re-enactment. the defense has now rested its case. >> in it and >> catherine: an unusual sight for jurors today. both sides using a foam dummy.making their respective points about the confrontation last year between george zimmerman and trayvon >> catherine: martin. the altercation that ended when 17-year-old trayvon martin was shot and killed. day 12 was also interesting for what jurors did 'not' hear and see. the judge has decided that they will not be allowed to
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see photos and text messages from martin's phone - indicating violence and fights.and that he was trying to buy a gun. the judge has already ruled that the jury can't hear about his drug use. then - there's this 3-d recreation of the confrontation. >> catherine: the defense wanted jurors to see it today -- the judge said no. zimmerman says he was sucker-punched and attacked by martin - and he shot him in self-defense. the jury 'will' be allowed to see it during closing arguments - but they won't be allowed to review it during deliberations. one of the last defense witnesses -- law enforcement expert dennis root. >>prosecutor: you would agree with me that someone in the defendants position had other options? witness: i would disagree with you sir. you're telling me that somebody in the defendants position, the moment that that perception became a deadly force encounter the only option that's justifiable would be that.
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>>i don't know what else he could have done based on his abilities cause not be offensive to mr. zimmerman cause he doesn't seem to have any. >> pam: >> catherine: >> catherine: the defense called 18 witnesses in less than a week. closing arguments are set to begin thursday. that means the all-woman jury could get the case by friday. bay bridge officials are >> pam: looking at a temporary fix for the cracked seismic bolts. that may allow the new eastern span to open as scheduled on labor day. however in a meeting today -- they say more work is need to vet the proposed temporary fix. hello plans
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>> reporter: that will get here as late as september or early october. as a process here installation is the easy part. opening day will be december 10th once the bulls are start rolling. bolts installation start rolling. rush >> reporter: a city may cost of course the 15 to $20 million plus additional cost. >> pam: police say 28 year- old succumbed to injuries
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after the bomb on fire. believed to starred in a garage at the cause of the fire still not known. fireworks cigarette butts and out all were found all of some of the rock creek to a man parents also died in the fire. >> pam: mosquitoes tested positive for the virus. the infected mosquitoes were fought they will display will spray pesticide tomorrow night in the affected areas. taken place at 11:00 at night and 2:00 in the morning. >> pam: >> pam: they gave notice of
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the details the sixth revision will " certain and accuracies ". the utility reform network because pg&e would be allowed to contest future and has safety towards payment payments toward the penalty >> jacqueline: enhanced of fault fog. glued to the coast line with a high bid of cloud cover chatted for the south and inland valleys. largely stain to the south and east of us this afternoon. temperature why is the art cooler today in inland valleys now running largely in the '80s we were in the '90s earlier. still 90s and antioch and 70's for the south bay '50s
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and '60s near the coast line. the fault will return tonight. the fog. widespread which will be a little slower to clear out tomorrow. a little bit cooler than today. we will see more 70's and 80's in only a couple of 90 degree readings. and the portions of the north bay '60s at the calls line it was the cooler in as we get into our friday. here's a look at our extended forecast. tomorrow a little cooler withive each dan we will have ill little less fog as the ball into next week. it will be back after this
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>> reporter:so we posted a question on our facebook page -- how safe would you feel if the fix was just temporary. here's what some of our say. >> our concern would be to 36 will be the permanent fixed and they never let us know. >> reporter: fix it correctly the first time and delayed the opening and tod felt comfortable on that bridge. >> reporter: i do not feel safe at all. i guess i will take the long way. just fix it right and not waste our lives. >> reporter: stay with us kron4 at 5
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. please >> reporter: say this is where the child was kidnapped. here on 79 international boulevard in oakland. the police has secured this entire area as they go door to door looking for this of doubt that child. deafening pile web last seen wearing orange to peace pajamas. daphe viola
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webb. police say that the father came to the liquor store on route 11:00 a.m. and left the baby with an adult in the car. when he came back the child was on. they are looking for a suspect a woman with long black hair. and they are looking at surveillant the hill right now. >> reporter: what kind of surveillance had already paid? >> investigators have not only to the store but also others are running businesses as well. technology is always a useful tool when conducting an investigation. not only are we looking at technology but we are reviewing video surveillance footage and talked and talking to witnesses who were in the area and family members. >> reporter: now we have
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been told that they brought k-9 units out here. going door-to-door in this neighborhood and. i ask the family the police says that they are certainly cooperating. they are beyond alarmed at what happened. and one inside the vehicle i've been told that the woman has some type of disability issues. so they are bringing in an specialist to help interview that person to batter down a better description of the person that adopted the child. i will be put in providing you with the very latest this evening. >> pam: crawford then? dan?
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>> reporter: they ordered passengers to stay in their seats and they sat there for 90 seconds until a flight attendant spotted a fire of sector right window. that was the right engine that caught on fire and it was only pants that the evacuation proceeded. however the into this season as a lot of automation was engaged at this time. they have to look at this to see how everything was sent in if the pilots and she knew what was going to do never the last, is still the palin ultimate responsibility. which gives this example. >> a car you could set the cruise control for 50 mi. per hour. but if the cruise
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control, allows the car speak to increase to 55 or 60 and 70, 75 mi. per hour the driver did need to te. by putting his foot on the break in our disconnecting dial cruise control. or disconnecting the cruise control. >> reporter: we also found out that there was to that there were not two but three flight attendants that was sitting in the rear and ejected from the plane. six from the 12th flight attendants are released and the other six are still hospitalized at this point. >> reporter: at that point
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the seventh operation will begin and then the repair operation and only then what to and left will be prepared to open. crawford new spirit >> pam: stay with kron4 as we continue our coverage of the issue on a plane. >> reporter: the need to be trained and tested for the specific airplane that they fly. you may think that this is in response to the flight to 14 creek is in part to this plane crash in had been well before. this is wreckage from the 2009 colden air plant disaster in york. all 49 people of the front of the on the plane died. a pilot error led to the crash. moreau's
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not require copilots to complete 6000 hours of a pilot to become completely certified. previously first officers on hand to have commercial certification which was 250 flight time. now, they will have aircraft type rating which involves additional training and testing specifically to the airplanes that baseline. pam? >> reporter: >> pam: a federal judge has implied that apple is guilty of fixing numbers on the books. >> gary: >> reporter: part of their
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success that it offered to hide new release books for 999 occurred publishers and authors headed and was thus discounted price structure there are not charging enough. that's when the suit alleges pool publishers a way out of amazon wholesale pricing. apple often opted to by book publishers. or they set their own press and apple took a 30%, cut off the top. apple was the wrong lender of the deal. the deal that would conspire the book prices to 1299 or upwards of 1499. the five publishers' involved in this conspiracy settled under settled on of court and did not go to trial occurred
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continue to move forward and a civil trial was was that and now apple was guilty of the book pricing. >> reporter: apple has come to on the ruling. apple did not fix a book pricing and we will continue to fight against these accusations. we gave customers more choice injecting much more and innovation and competition into the market breaking amazon monoblastic grip on the publishing industry. we have done nothing wrong and we will appeal the judge's decision occurred gabe slate kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: 97 in
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antioch. largely in the '80s and 82 in redwood city in india in sunnyvale. optical sight cooler because of fog. sitting at the coastline all afternoon. widespread fog to start the day for the afternoon to stick a couple of 90 degree 90 degree readings. asked big news in
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the tech world has failed in the senate. lawmakers were looking to ruth >> pam: return rates on subsidized stafford loans to three point four percent for one year. an earlier attempt to keep rates low came up short and rates doubled to six point eight percent july first. >> pam: so the high loan rate stays in place for now. hundred dollars for an average student returning to campus. look at 'em.
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yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. ouldt have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: update. u-s stocks ended mixed today. here are a look at the closing numbers. the dow fell eight points. the nasdaq gained 16 points and the s-and-p 500 gained a fraction of a point.
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>> reporter: they're trying to stay relevant because who means under 99 channels. >> kids today they want their low pay one $9 for their bill. they want their hulu!
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>> reporter: watching interest rates is was kind of scary >> first-time home buyers interest bill and credibility with people refinancing it interesting is fleeting. last night there was a 20 bit on my home so immigrates the high much more that it should have. nother be tidbits for higher mortgage rates and it will slow down for the fanatics. but if you're first time are the rates are incredibly low and could be an opportunity anchor it. i read the golfer and a physical form over age 40 and do a lot, nance.
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>> catherine: in world news.the engineer of the runaway train that crashed in a small quebec town has been suspended from that fiery crash saturday. the engineer told police he'd set 11 hand-brakes on the train before it broke away and barreled downhill. but railway authorities say it appears he was lying. police are investigating the disaster as a criminal act. canadian officials are now telling the families of the 30 people missing that they're all presumed dead. with 20 bodies found -- that puts the death toll at 50.. >> catherine: in national news. >> catherine: a proposal that would make texas one of the toughest places in the nation to get an abortion has been approved by the state house. >> catherine: and there's not much opponents can do before it reaches the texas senate. long lines of people have been showing up to hear the
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arguments on the bill. demonstrators on both sides have gathered. the bill failed last month, but republican governor rick perry allowed the legislature to return to the topic. he says he'll sign the bill into law if it passes the legislature. >> jacqueline: we will see it all up again to my very similar conditions. a bit cooler in the afternoon low 80s in the south bay. any sort in valleys and in ysabel for copper and. to bristol in the '60s and '70s for english shores and a range of 70's and 80's for the north bay as well. cooler tomorrow and cooler still into friday but lastfog. the weekend at a slightly warmer. are breaking breaking news >> pam: break-in news
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living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house,
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you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: coming at the top and on our the approach taken from a liquor store. and we are learning what happened with ocean and of flight 214. those stories and much more tonight from 4 news. >> jacqueline: locals are removing backing and even cooler weather ahead for
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: police in oakland say they need your help tonight. to find this missing toddler. an amber alert has been daphne viola webb. >> pam: the c-h-p says. the child was taken out of a car this morning in front of a liquor store. kron-4's terisa estacio is live in oakland. learned? >> reporter: as they are getting a briefing right now to get information to start going to find a kidnapped child. it all
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started at 11:00 in the morning when the father called the police and stated that his baby had been kidnapped. 21 month old destiny daphne viola. when he came back out the child was gone. they quickly cameras the area of going from talking to the community. the person is that he left the child was inside the car does have some disability issues.
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>>going door to door. >> pam: the shell of asiana flight 214 still sits on runway 2-8
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left at san francisco international airport. and we're still learning new information as to what happened when it crashed. >> pam: here's the latest. the n-t-s-b is wrapping up its on-site investigation of the crash. salvage operations on runway 2-8 left at s-f-o begin tonight, meaning it could be clear by later tonight -- or tomorrow. once it's clear, the airport is expected to make repairs. >> pam: no word when it may officially reopen. and one of the pilots said in his n-t-s-b interview that there was a flash of light that blinded him just 500 feet from the runway. something that may be a major factor contributing to the crash. >> pam: but there are still several questions still unanswered. krn-4's dan kerman attended the press conference. he's live at san francisco airport with more. dan?
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>> reporter: today the in t as be said that they have found out more details regarding the crash. sphere all
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>> we need to find out what those models were if there were commanded by the pilot or acted inadvertently. >> reporter: even if automation is to blame for the slow speed. >> if they are using
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automation debakey is to monitor. >> reporter: 1 s, the nt as be confirmed today that two of them did deployed inside the airplane. >> pam:
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>> reporter: we've heard from the n-t-s- b on the crash. as well as survivors. but the one group that we haven't heard from is the flight crew. until today. kron-4's j-r stone was there. j.r., this was somewhat of an awkward press conference. return to index of stories... >> reporter: the c-e-o of the airline -- young-doo yoon -- made a very quick trip to san francisco. he arrived yesterday to a media circus, and is set to leave today. that's two days quicker than he was scheduled. yoon met with the crew and n-t-s-b officials. no information was released on what was said. >> reporter:meanwhile, the cancellations at s-f-o remain. the duty manager at the airport says 42 flights in and out of the airport have been cancelled for today. that means -- since monday -- over 150 flights in and out of s-f-o have been cancelled.
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arrival delays are averaging 30 minutes to an hour. anyone heading there for a flight or to pick up someone is asked to call the airline to get updated information.
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>> pam: the opening of the new span of the bay bridge the late. here is the latest the delay is mainly due to the of the year of the anchor ross that stabilizes on the pier. as for the boats there are 32 that still need to be retrofitted. as it stands,
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construction is costing five times more than originally planned. the meeting today cause more confusion to the news of the stand that span of the bay bridge will open. alicea? >> reporter: pam the bottom line is when can people get over the bridge. only know is that it is not able to withstand earthquakes see if such happens. the issue at hand it is manufacturing the broking bolt and retrofitting pickier she shared keys. >> we will have in late
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september mid october so that will be a point in time that will have a much better idea is to be december 10th0 or some other day. >> reporter: >> is not about the been expanded to see out on water which means putting a lot of as spot down. in which means you need good whether there is no alternative to cannot be running so it is whether specific. >> reporter: of all the safety issues are out of the way work in-will continue on the bridge until it is
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complete. live on treasure island >> reporter: >> pam: a proposal was made for a quicker process to have the bridge completed. one contractor have signed off on the idea. >> shot we firmly believe- technical difficulties. >> pam: the little girl -- daphne viola webb -- has been liquor store in east oakland. shah >> pam: find her. anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the oakland police department.
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the fire. >> reporter: more than a hundred firefighters battled the 6- alarm blaze on sunday. three days later, the hallmark house apartments here on woodside road is surrounded by chain- link fence. the 72-unit complex has been red-tagged and city officials quashed rumors the building had been red-tagged once before. maupin/redwood city fire dept. >> reporter:chris dilloncowns the building next door and shot this video of the fire. >> >> reporter:one man died, 18 others were injured including three firefighters. among those rescued by ladder was 77-year-old mel dahlin. daheln is among 30 of the nearly 100 displaced people now staying in the armory at red morton park where the red cross is helping them get back on their feet. by all accounts it might have been worse save for the
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heroics of firefighters hauling trapped people off burning balconies. they are now focused on finding the cause of what is said to be the worst fire in san mateo county since the gas line explosion in san bruno. in redwood city rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: a 68-year-old woman who had two purses stolen by teenage girls on a muni train is breathing a sigh of relief today. two suspects are now in custody. the robbery happened june 11th on a train near thrid street and carroll avenue in the bayview district. the video was posted by police a week later. and tips into the organization called fugitive watch noted one of the girls was already in custody on a separate case, and rebooked on the robbery. the other girl turned herself in to police this weekend. their identities are not being released because they are juveniles.
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>> jacqueline: down nine degrees in livermore. 86 and senator phil, 80 down in sunnyvale, and 60s near the coast line. downtown sf for cisco with low cloud coverage already moving back and and the focal will return. in a little bit cooler we have the clear trend continuing into friday with a slight warming into the weekend. a signal that the fall fairly widespread at the livermore but valley. by the and o'clock hour are restarting to clear for the livermore valley. 10:00 we see additional clearing and immediate east bayshore back to the cosigned by one. back
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to the coastline by one. for our east bay and in valleys in will be mainly the '80s with a couple of low 90s. 91 for pleasanton in 874 concord. at the close my tipsters only in the low 60s. some places only in the upper 50s because of cloud coverage. it looked into our extended forecast. tomorrow a little cooler than today same thing goes for friday. temperatures will warn for that average at that time.
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and then start to cool as the fault would turn into next week. >> pam: and again. >> pam: the little girl -- daphne viola webb -- has been kidnapped from outside a liquor store in east oakland. police need your help to find her. anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the oakland police department. the defense has rested in the latest on the case. force. >> pam: all of this come into the battle to keep the school from being shot down. shut down. officials say that there is a list of financial violations against the school. the judge will
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>> reporter: we have been noticing that their special agent from the f b high as well as zero pd is out here with pieces of paper. what are they doing with these pieces of paper? i understand it is a total of the child missing. >> not only do we have a fall of the 21 month old girl also have a full of the father. we try to narrow down a time line in which up to the committee. this is an
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organized search the fbi has just join the oakland police department we are doing extremely intense self and very thorough search. how is car is this reaching? how far reaching is this going to go. we are going as far as it take. will start from the point which is going to work our way out as far as we need to go pyrrhic the priority is to locate and hopefully the child the 21 month old little girl. >> reporter: also checking hospitals and justin k. she may have been dropped off there. >> that is true we will have law-enforcement going door-to-door building to building. please open the
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door and assist in the search. if you saw anything or heard anything reported to the oakland police department. >> reporter: picture of the father his first time in less than can you give this to us. he is not a suspect right now but we want to make sure that what he has reported is accurate. >> that is correct he is not considered a suspect. but we do want to share is that his name is john webb. destiny welt is his little. daphne webb is his little daughter. >> reporter: in here that there are some developing aspects of this thrift will
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>> pam: viola webb -- has been kidnapped from outside a liquor store in east oakland. >> pam: police need your help to find her. anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the oakland police department. i gotta go deposit a check, transfer some money. so it's your uncle's turn. what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait.
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behind what is going on. a spokesperson from the oakland police brought this that they brought in the fbi specialists and they are not going into the blocks from this area out looking for a kidnapped child. this child was taken from out of its car this morning on route 11:00 according to the father. now all of these officers and agents now have a photo of the father and child as they go to door to door to the every home and business just to get an idea we are at the corner 79th . the father says the rob 11:00 he went to a liquor store to go shopping and came back to his vehicle and the baby was gone. now police says and that they want to piece together the last time that the child was seen. that is why they are
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putting out a picture of the father. this is an intense search. hopefully bring you some good news for right now that are looking for this kidnapped child. reporting live terisa estancia kron 4 news. the latest about the crash report. the shell of asiana flight 214 still sits on runway 2-8 >> pam: left at san francisco international airport. and we're still learning new information as to what happened when it crashed. >> pam: here's the latest. >> pam: its on-site investigation of the crash. salvage operations on runway 2-8 left at s-f-o begin tonight, meaning it could be clear by later tonight -- or tomorrow. once it's clear, the airport is expected to make repairs. >> pam: officially reopen. >> pam: and one of the pilots said in his n-t-s-b interview that there was a flash of light that blinded him just 500 feet from the runway. something that may be a
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major factor contributing to the crash. >> pam: questions still unanswered. kron-4's dan kerman attended the press conference. he's live at san francisco airport with more. >> reporter: a lot of all of the nation a involved in the crash. now try to find out how it was engaged and if the pilots knew what they were doing. one of the pilots that was flying the plane was new to the triple seven. was he knew to how the automation work on this plane? the pilot stated the pilot told everyone to stay in their seats until the one of the flight attendants sighted fire outside of the plane in and ask everyone to evacuate. other flight
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attendants and members of the crew had to get them from out from underneath. there are three flight attendants that were ejected from their soot from their seats and to the runway and in the crash. to salvage operation began and then repair. that is the latest reporting live from s f o kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: the fog will return wednesday drizzle on the coast line and spread into our inland valleys. at by 6:00 it will clear and to the coastline temperatures to mind a little bit cooler than today. it was the '70s
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and '80s for the bay area. only a couple of low 90s. the cooling trend will continue as we head into friday. to the weekend a little less falk means warmer temperatures. we've heard from the n-t-s-b on the crash. >> pam: anyone with information is at to contact oakland police department look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month
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>> catherine: pleading not
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guilty he is facing 30 charges including murder for people with several survivors of the bombing was at the hearing today. some relatives of some that died. tonight at his other brother set off two bombs as they finished the marathon. his brother was later killed in a showdown with police. france could not understand why he was using the heavy russian accent in court today because he did not have one when they knew him. the coming trial to last about three months. >> catherine: cayley's body was found in rat in trash bags near the anthony home packing to thousand eight occurred for mother case he was acquitted of her murder that they found teddy bears and lockets in cones were being offered for sale was
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the yard still make a few dollars casey anthony remains in debt. she owes close to $800,000 to her attorney and other creditors since her acquittal. >> pam: gary has details street ahead plausible will lead to the shortest of the edge of my games per career. gary has all of that coming up
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: bid evening everyone!goodevening everyone! >> gary: john but to center field cain, there! his
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record five-6 >> gary: sekt wheeler who was traded a few years ago for carlos beltran and beltran is now long gone. giants if you are going to lose this thing seven to two. and not before reeler get into this thing with a that. 2012 both cheek and cain >> this is why i took it out i did not want it to become a healthy thing he's fine. he's approaching 40 pitches not trying to grind him out again. that is what
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i went out to get him. >> we needed a chance to win. >> gary: this is really bad. i receive 250 e-mail's and text + radio + tweet a day and people are going crazy. when you do with a bit and you're having fun back the forest on the radio. as a powerhouse, and challenge you. somehow pam if you are right in the sand. i am a big powerhouse guide coming into rock this spirit the giants are winning you do not get that excited and you do not celebrate like everyone else?! now i like baseball and like the gate
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and enjoy the team and chewing where i grew up. you cannot wrap my world. >> gary: if you take my approach, like the giants and enjoy the game rather they win or lose you would be a rather a better sports person. enjoy the sport. and when someone rocks your world do not go like this stand tall. stand tall and state that i'm right. >> gary: pam? i could have gone like this! >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: jackie waited for me to go but i stood up and wait and walked out here
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with my head held high. why don't we take a break. we will come back and we have something unusual. we have a young lady that is wonderful. then the loop in look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: time to have some fun! bandeau loop van de loop! familial rudolph form the group of more than 20 years ago it's on its way here in the bay area.
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>> well, you know we are a dance company. we come by the aztecs of rock climbing with bands. we take dance off the ground we create a new relationship with the gravity. pam is the best anchor and the bay area she meant nothing by it over there. >> pam: (laughter) >> center cisco ballerinas and ballet dancers are always extreme athletes as a matter of fact. but what we do it is perhaps a little bit more full body physical because we danced in the air and on buildings and structures. cannot upcoming show harboring and coming
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the little girl -- daphne kidnapped from outside a find her. return >> reporter: are going to continue to stay on the scene kron 4 news at 8:00 back to you pam. >> pam: will have an update on that story as well as all today's story at the clock. www.kron4.com will be that have a nice evening everyone.
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